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En Malmödejt med sol och regn

I fredags blev det den obligatoriska Malmö på semestern-trippen, dock var vädret väldigt instabilt.. Så vi höll oss under tak på Emporia & Jägersro istället för att vandra runt inne i stan. Dessutom ligger inte ett av våra favorit mats...
by Helen Holmberg on Jul 31, 2016

Optimus Prime: An Exercise in Iconoclasm

Someone once said that you don’t truly become an adult until you examine your childhood heroes and question if they were truly worthy of adulation. (I don’t know if someone actually said that, but it sounds good, right?) If that...
by The Cutter Rambles on Jul 28, 2016

Mike Pence: Because We Really Want White Men to Vote for Trump

Last week, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump announced that his running mate would be Indiana governor Mike Pence. This was clearly a bid to win the affection of hardcore right-wing Republicans, as Pence is basically a stereoty...
by The Cutter Rambles on Jul 16, 2016

O Captain, My Captain

Despite threatening to stop playing kickball several times over the past few years, I can’t seem to quit the adult version of everyone’s favorite children’s playground game. I no longer travel to the National Mall in...
by The Cutter Rambles on Jul 13, 2016

Sonic the freak

It’s been a long time since my last rant but I know you love’em, so here’s a freebie that I’m sure you’ll enjoy. How effing freakish is Sonic the Hedgehog? When I was younger, I owned (and I still own) a Sega Mega Drive...
by French Bloke Runs on Jul 8, 2016

Where the Grass is Green and the Girls are Pretty

  We were supposed to leave for my family’s annual beach trip last Sunday morning. Those plans were changed when Mrs. Cutter saw that Guns ‘N Roses would be playing at FedEx Field on Sunday night. Until recently, I likely would R...
by The Cutter Rambles on Jul 6, 2016

Giveaway, Sederhana dan Sedikit Saja

Dalam hidup, kita selalu bisa menemukan sesosok orang yang mampu memberi inspirasi kita untuk terus bersemangat dan berkarya. Untuk kasus sederhana, sewaktu SMP kelas satu dan dua, gue adalah seorang gembel nista yang kerjaannya cuma bisa cengengesan...

The Oatmeal is a runner

If you don’t know Matthew Inman, let me introduce him. He’s the author of the world famous comic blog The Oatmeal. I love the guy, he’s like an American version of me: he’s a fan of Tesla (both the scientist and the car brand...
by French Bloke Runs on Jun 14, 2016

I’m No Kenny Powers

You may remember the show Eastbound and Down. It chronicled the life of fictional former baseball pitcher Kenny Powers as he tried to make a comeback. Powers endured several setbacks along the way, many of them self-inflicted. He often conflicted...
by The Cutter Rambles on Jun 10, 2016

Talking ‘Bout My Demographic

Most days, I listen to ESPN Radio’s Mike and Mike show during my morning commute. The show itself is fine: They discuss the hot sports topics of the day in a generally inoffensive, if somewhat bland manner. As a white male in … Continue...
by The Cutter Rambles on Jun 3, 2016

TV, It Is A Changin'

-Last week I commented on Facebook that I think Marvel does better movies, but DC does better live action TV. I backed my assertion by saying, I love the DC shows; Flash, Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, IZombie, and Gotham; but the last 2 Sup...
by Blogito Ergo Sum on May 20, 2016

You wanted cake, you got cake

In my last post I said I wanted to be a cosmophage like Susan Sontag, and eat the world. I am regularly overwhelmed however, by how much the world has to offer. The first image that came to mind was that of the posh glutton in Monty Python's The...
by This Kid is Alright on May 12, 2016

Travel Photo Tuesday

  Travel Photo Tuesday is Back! Today’s photo is one that I took in downtown Atlanta during  DragonCon in 2015.  This annual event takes place over the Labor Day weekend.  You will geek out at the various cosplays exhibited by some r...
by A View To A Thrill on May 10, 2016

What’s Up With The Narrative Lectionary?

In my wonderings around the interweb last night, I stumbled across the Narrative Lectionary. My curiosity was peeked and so I started to research this new Lectionary. Up until last night, I had never head of the Narrative Lectionary (NL) before and w...
by The Church of Jesus Christ on May 7, 2016

A Birthday Treat for Mrs. Cutter

Today is Mrs. Cutter’s birthday, so in her honor I will post this video by her favorite 1980’s boy band, New Kids on the Block! A discussion on Facebook today revealed that her favorite member of NKOTB was Joey McIntyre. One … Cont...
by The Cutter Rambles on Apr 29, 2016

X-Amining the X-Men Movies

The final trailer for X-Men:Apocalypse was released last week. There had been speculation whether or not Wolverine was in the movie – most people suspected a cameo similar to what we got in First Class – but the trailer confirmed his pr...
by The Cutter Rambles on Apr 28, 2016

There's a Hunger

Diary Entry:Went to bed around 3. Up at 7. Was crying. Prince, of course. Feeling... desperate to grieve. Now feel sick. Then again, always feel sick and somewhat "delicate2 this early in the morning. Bookmarked so many articles/think pieces/obits on...
by This Kid is Alright on Apr 22, 2016

Awesomely Obscure Songs: Ridin’ Low

Every so often, I discuss songs which I have always liked, but for whatever reason, never became big hits. Some of them are by famous artists, some are from lesser-known musical acts. Ridin’ Low – L.A.D. With previous Awesomely Obscure S...
by The Cutter Rambles on Apr 21, 2016

When the Going Gets Tough…

When we were planning our wedding reception, Mrs. Cutter and I wanted to identify the dinner tables with something besides traditional numbers. I suggested using baseball or football teams, but Mrs. Cutter wanted to use bodies of water. Because f...
by The Cutter Rambles on Apr 18, 2016

A Blogger’s Analysis of the 1989 Cleveland Indians as Depicted in Major League – The Conclusion

In honor the 25th (Um..27th. I’ve REALLY been taking my sweet time on this) anniversary of the movie Major League, I am attempting to chronicle the events of the movie from the perspective of a sports blogger. For past installments: Part … C...
by The Cutter Rambles on Apr 15, 2016


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